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Last week, we said goodbye to AIM. This week it bbq is time to say goodbye to FireBug. Having the functionally baked into browsers is a great reason to discontinue a plugin.

So bye FireBug!. You paved the way!
 
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It's just a little bit funny that we get sentimental about discontinued software.
 
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Is this as big like those Fire Ant BBQ festivals?
 
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Knute Snortum wrote:It's just a little bit funny that we get sentimental about discontinued software.


The memories!

Also, it means we like the software. At work, we made a gravestone for a piece of software when it went away.
 
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I remember its debut well. "A debugger? In the browser! Woweeeeeeee!"
 
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